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Treswell Wood Nature Reserve

One of the best examples of an ash/oak/maple wood in Nottinghamshire

This wood is one of the best examples of an ash/oak/maple wood in Nottinghamshire. The canopy is dominated by ash and oak. The shrub layer comprises hazel, field maple. Sallow and guelder rose. Flowering plants include many indicative of ancient woodland such as primrose

Species and habitats

Habitats
Woodland

Nearby nature reserves

Clarborough Tunnel
2 miles - Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust
Ashtons Meadow
2 miles - Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust
Eaton & Gamston Woods
3 miles - Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust

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Reserve information

Location
South of the minor road between Grove & Treswell, about 3 miles east of Retford
Retford
Nottinghamshire
Map reference
SK 762 789
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Opening Times
Open at all times
Size
47.80 hectares
Access
Access to the reserve is open at all times but visitors are advised to keep to the marked tracks. Contact the Trust for more information.
Walking information
Please keep to the paths
Parking
Car park inside the main entrance for keyholders as well as space for a few cars outside
Dogs
Dogs allowed
Reserve manager
Erin McDaid
Tel: 0115 958 8242
info@nottswt.co.uk